Brooklyn charity seeks assistance to end hunger

November 1, 2012 By Charisma L. Miller, Esq Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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St. John’s Bread and Life, a charity located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, is hosting a dine-out event to assist their goal of combating hunger. “30 is Enough: Dine Out to End Hunger” is an event in which participating restaurants agree to donate a percentage of each paid meal with the proceeds going to Bread and Life.

Judge Sylvia Hinds-Radix, current administrative judge for Brooklyn Supreme Court, Civil Term, and recent Appellate Division appointee, sits on the board of directors at Bread and Life.

“We have a very active board,” said Judge Hinds-Radix. “We do our best to get involved in the community and create innovative ways to assist Bread & Life in obtaining monies to provide food and legal services for those most in need.”

Bread & Life serves over 600,000 meals annually to those who would otherwise go hungry and is hoping to raise $50,000 through the ’30 is Enough’ event.

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The following list is a sample of the restaurants are participating in the 30 is Enough event:
Al di la
Bar Covo
Choice Market
Cowboy Pizza
Four & Twenty Blackbirds
Saxelby Chessemongers
Stone Park Café
The Brooklyn Kitchen
The Greene Grape
The Half Pint
The Long Room
The Meatball Shop
Peter Luger Steakhouse

For a full listing of participating websites, please visit

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